Flute Solos

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Clarke, Ian - Tuberama

For flute and CD.

Clarke, Ian - Within

Solo version for flute, piccolo, & alto flute and CD backing.

Clarke, Ian - Zoom Tube

For solo flute.

Dorff, Daniel - Sonata (Three Lakes)

For flute and piano. Continuing a series of nature-inspired flute music full of lyricism and transcendent beauty, Daniel Dorff has created an 18-minute sonata depicting three lakes that bear poignant memories. "Lake Wallenpaupack" recalls a romantic getaway, "Kezar Lake" is a memorial to the composer's father, and "Salmon Lake" is a playful scherzo-finale recalling Dorff's own childhood. For advanced performers.

Douyon, Marc - Fantasia for Flute and Piano

In 2 movements: Bluebird and Elegant Waltz. Bluebird begins as a ballad, with a lyrical melody and jazzy figures and ends as a short jazz waltz. Elegant Waltz, is a continuation of the jazz waltz idea from the previous movement. Grade 4-5. Duration 5'5".

Flute Works by Soviet Composers

For flute and piano.

Frank, Robert - The Emergence of Night

This beautiful and mysterious work follows the form of the poem "The Emergence of Night", also written by the composer. Grade 4. Duration: 6'30".

Heritage, Lee - Lullabye for Bear

For flute and piano. This is a charming composition in which conservative modern writing is used in an appealing manner. Grade 2. Duration: 3'30".

Hoover, Katherine - Kokopeli

Winner of the 1990 National Flute Assocation New Music Competition, this haunting solo is based on a Hopi Indian legend. It has received numerous public performances.

Hoover, Katherine - Mountain & Mesa

For flute and piano. This three movement work is built around the gypsy music of Eastern Europe (Hungarian Lassu), a Hopi Lullaby of Native America, and Dizi Dance in the style of the Chinese folk music. Premiered at the 2009 National Flute Association convention. For advanced performers. Score and part.

Hoover, Katherine - Reflections

For solo flute. Variations on a Norwegian chant, written outdoors at Artpark, NY.

Hoover, Katherine - To Greet the Sun

For solo flute. To greet the sun is to give thanks for the great richness of the Earth and the gift of life. Various cultures have done this in differing ways, from dawn prayers to dances and ceremonies to researching the sun's awe-inspiring power.